June 19, 2004 Results

Pevely, MO (June 19, 2004) Clay Baumann has been racing late models for the past seven years and had never won a feature event until last Saturday night at I-55 Raceway. After getting the monkey off his back last week, Baumann came back this week and claimed his second straight U.M.P.(United Midwestern Promoters) Late Model feature win at I-55 Raceway. For the second straight week Baumann had to pass the very tough veteran Kevin Gundaker to earn the win.

Gundaker took the lead on the opening lap and led the first eighteen laps. But once Gundaker got into lapped traffic, Baumann closed the gap quickly and then moved around Gundaker on the high side. Justin Allgaier moved past Gundaker on the next lap and began to chase down Baumann for the lead. Allgaier caught Baumann with just two laps to go, but Allgaier got into the left rear of Baumann coming out of turn four to take the white flag, which caused Allgaier's car to get sideways. This allowed Baumann to open up a comfortable lead and go on to pick up the win. Allgaier held off Gundaker to claim second. Mark Oller had one of his best showings of the season and finish fourth, with Tim Ratajczyk completing the top five.

Bobby Bittle earned a hard fought win in the U.M.P. Modified division. Bittle and Mark Miner battled side-by-side for the five laps of the main event before Bittle moved ahead to take the lead. Meanwhile, Ray Walsh was working his way up from the twelfth starting position to battle for the lead. Walsh moved past Miner late in the race and then battled with Bittle the last few laps for the lead. Bittle held Walsh off and took the win. Miner held on for third, with Brian Wolfmeier taking fourth and Doug Wood fifth.

Jim Shereck earned the Missouri/Illinois Dodge Dealer's Hard Charger Award. Shereck started twenty-first in the main event after winning the semi feature and worked his way through the field and finished ninth.

Scott Stuppy brought the broom out in the AARA Sportsman division as he swept the night's events. Stuppy battled with David Bardin early on in the feature and then held off Paul Bauman by a half-car length to earn the win. Troy Naeger muscled his Dodge Intrepid to a third place finish, with Ricky Horton claiming fourth and Bob Schmidt fifth. Stuppy also won the G&M Steel Dash for Cash to pick up the $100 prize.

Dave Heinrichs powered his Dodge Neon to victory in the AARA Pro 4 Stock division. Pat Brewer took the second spot over Homer Mooney. Gary Price came home fourth and Don Ernst completed the top five.

A.A.R.A. Sportsman - 24 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 00 Scott Stuppy
2. 64 Jim Smith
3. 31 Ricky Horton
4. 30 Mike Nicholson

Heat 2:
1. 71 David Bardin
2. 69 Mark Hunter
3. 28 Tom Smallwood
4. 5 Jeremy Dietzel

Heat 3:
1. 66 Darren Holland
2. 24 Paul Bauman
3. 12 Troy Naeger
4. 36 Bob Schmidt

Dash:
1. 00 Scott Stuppy
2. 71 David Bardin
3. 24 Paul Bauman
4. 31 Ricky Horton

Feature:
1. 00 Scott Stuppy
2. 24 Paul Bauman
3. 12 Troy Naeger
4. 31 Ricky Horton
5. 36 Bob Schmidt
6. 71 David Bardin
7. 66 Darren Holland
8. 46 Paul Belken
9. 97 Bobby Prince
10. 30 Mike Nicholson
11. 8 Ed Lowry
12. 69 Mark Hunter
13. 01 Steve Borgetti
14. 4 Mark Schnurbusch
15. 18 Buddy Lowry
16. 64 Jim Smith
17. 411 Marty Heck
18. 56 Tony Sarkis
19. 105 Matt Hancock
20. 28 Sam Worley
21. 99 Robbie Hoffman
DNS. 28 Tom Smallwood
DNS. 5 Jeremy Dietzel
DNS. 48 Chuck Crossland

U.M.P. Modifieds - 33 Entries
1. 51 John Hoffman - DQ Light
2. P1 Tim Hancock
3. 166 Brian Worley
4. 15 Doug Blair

Heat 2:
1. 7 Mark Miner
2. 88 Joe Puricelli
3. 9W Doug Wood
4. 45M Eric Mabery

Heat 3:
1. 89 Bobby Bittle
2. 12 Mark Schaefer
3. 16J Danny Haynes
4. 11 Matt Goulden

Heat 4:
1. 4J Scott Weber
2. 99 Brian Wolfmeier
3. 1W Ray Walsh
4. C6 Ray Wagner

Dash:
1. 7 Mark Miner
2. 89 Bobby Bittle
3. P1 Tim Hancock
4. 88 Joe Puricelli

Semi:
1. 17 Jim Shereck
2. 18 Brent Thompson
3. 87 Gary Haynes
4. 22X Clint Eckenrodt
5. C4 Chris Soutiea
6. 51 John Hoffman
7. 46 Dave Wibbenmeyer
8. 20 Dan Zander
9. 8X James Reed
10. 41 Larry Hull
11. 31 Mitch Parmeley
12. 13D Dan Walters
DNS. 57 Rick Stevenson

Feature:
1. 89 Bobby Bittle
2. 1W Ray Walsh
3. 7 Mark Miner
4. 99 Brian Wolfmeier
5. 9W Doug Wood
6. P1 Tim Hancock
7. 12 Mark Schaefer
8. C6 Ray Wagner
9. 17 Jim Shereck
10. 88 Joe Puricelli
11. 11 Matt Goulden
12. 56 Kevin Epperson
13. 45M Eric Mabery
14. 21 Dennis Richards
15. 18 Brent Thompson
16. 87 Gary Haynes
17. 12 Tom Ratajczyk
18. 16J Danny Haynes
19. 7Z Matt Zimmerly
20. 23 Dylan Sharp
21. 15 Doug Blair
22. 22X Clint Eckenrodt
23. 4J Scott Weber
24. 166 Brian Worley

U.M.P. Late Models - 21 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 11 Kevin Gundaker
2. 30 Mark Voigt
3. 51 Steve Shive
4. 85 Jim Morrison

Heat 2:
1. 8 Kyle Steffens
2. 112 Tim Ratajczyk
3. 13 Brent Kreke
4. 28 Don Klein

Heat 3:
1. 77 Clay Baumann
2. 67 Mark Oller
3. 1A Justin Allgaier
4. 50 Ed Dixon

Dash:
1. 11 Kevin Gundaker
2. 77 Clay Baumann
3. 112 Tim Ratajczyk
4. 67 Mark Oller

Feature:
1. 77 Clay Baumann
2. 1A Justin Allgaier
3. 11 Kevin Gundaker
4. 67 Mark Oller
5. 112 Tim Ratajczyk
6. 30 Mark Voigt
7. 13 Brent Kreke
8. 85 Jim Morrison
9. 50 Ed Dixon
10. 8 Kyle Steffens
11. 51 Steve Shive
12. 95 Jeff Johns
13. 23 Brian Garner
14. 13 Dwayne Kiefer
15. 66 Jim Gibson
16. 28 Don Klein
17. 22 Darrel Moser
18. 68 Tom Fitzgerald
19. 59 Rich Whaley
20. 47 Danny Haynes
DNS. 48 Ryan Parson

A.A.R.A. Pro 4 Stocks - 19 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 88 Gary Price
2. 19 Steve Ide
3. 28 Scott Geary
4. 180 Alan Conner

Heat 2:
1. 21 Dave Heinrichs
2. 10H Homer Mooney
3. 41 Roger Ernst
4. 8 Pat Brewer

Feature:
1. 21 Dave Heinrichs
2. 8 Pat Brewer
3. 10H Homer Mooney
4. 88 Gary Price
5. 22 Don Ernst
6. 32 Larry Kirkpatrick
7. 180 Alan Conner
8. 77 Ron Lyons
9. 28 Scott Geary
10. 13 Ty Dohack
11. 343 Butch Hartman
12. 01 Robert Denny
13. F5 Chris Fisher
14. 41 Roger Ernst
15. 29 Dave Thompson
16. 57 Don Hoffman
17. 18 Bob Price
18. 19 Steven Ide
19. 4 Joel Potter

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